For the electric age, Dodge is reimagining the muscle automobile. 

The all-new Charger Daytona SRT EV concept car resembles the Chargers we are familiar with and love very much, 

but it is powered by Dodge's brand-new eMuscle engine. 

The "R-Wing" component of this electric concept car's front fascia is an intriguing feature. 

Dodge believes that this wing makes the AWD vehicle stable at high speeds while still preserving the unmistakable appearance of a vintage Charger.

The new R-Wing helps the Dodge EV retain a classic Charger shape

Many Dodge fans were surprised by how like Stellantis' new Charger EV prototype resembled the previous generation of the Charger. 

This was especially remarkable given that it lacks an internal combustion engine and has an eMuscle powertrain in the form of a skateboard.

Automobiles like the Porsche Taycan have used the electric chassis' skateboard design to substantially reduce the bonnet. 

Other vehicles, like Tesla sedans, have seized the chance to provide a sizable front trunk. Dodge, though, took a very different path.

An intriguing element is located at the front of the 2022 Dodge Charger Daytona SRT EV concept.

Its front fascia is almost as tall as an internal combustion Charger, 

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